Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s production starring ‘Brahmastra’ in Karan Johar is set to open in theaters across the country on September 9. The film is directed by Ayan Mukerji. Brahmastra pre-booking also started a day early at select locations. Manufacturers have called it the best. Another issue is that some people on social media are sharing screenshots of the availability of advance booking seats at big multiplex chains like Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Bangalore, claiming they are trying to water down the call for a boycott against Brahmastra. advance booking is shared for
Well, whether the pre-order figures are right or wrong will become clear after the movie collection drops on day one. But first, let us know the box office hall of the last five Ranbir Kapoor movies. What was the opening of the movies and who earned how much? The Sanjay Dutt biopic ‘Sanju’, directed by Rajkumar Hirani, is the only box-office hit out of Ranbir’s last five films. Ranbir Kapoor played the role of Sanjay Dutt in the film. Whereas Ae Dil Hai was a tough hit. Apart from this, Tamasha will be called average, while Jagga Jasoos flop and Shamshera, which came this year, can be called superflop.
Ranbir Kapoor in Brahmastra.
The last seven years were not very good for Ranbir, only two big successes on SAT
In the last seven years, there have been seven Ranbir films. While in 2019, 2020 and 2021 she did not receive any fees. Tamasha arrived in the year 2015. This year was not special for Ranbir Kapoor as an actor. In fact, before Tamasha, the big budget Bombay Belvet was a huge flop. It was directed by Anurag Kashyap. After the movie flopped, Rishi Kapoor cursed Bollywood actor Anurag Kashyap a lot. He had even said that if a 100 crore film is given to a director who makes low budget films, then his condition will be the same. Before Tamasha in 2015, in addition to Bombay Belvet, another movie ‘Roy’ was also a super flop.
As for the show, the film scored 10.94 on the first day of the domestic box office. The lifetime collection of the film was 67.24 crore. Tamasha’s business will be called average. After Tamasha, actor Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’s romantic drama came in the year 2016. The movie caught the attention of the audience due to its story and songs. The lifetime gross of the film, which had an opening of 13.30 crores, was 112.48 crores. It was a necessary success for Ranbir. But he couldn’t take it any further.
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The actor’s Jagga Jasoos came in the year 2017 right after Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. His opposite was Katrina Kaif in the movie. The film managed an opening of 8.57 million rupees and the lifetime of it could not exceed 54.16 million rupees. The good thing is that the following year the actor gave the biggest box office success of his career as Sanju. Sanju made a tremendous opening of Rs 34.75 crore on the first day and earned a lifetime collection of Rs 342.53 crores. Sanju arrived in the year 2018.
But after four, Shamshera failed very badly. The film made under the banner of Yash Raj, despite achieving a decent opening of Rs 10.25 crore, went bust at the lifetime gross of Rs 42.48 crore. In all reports, Shamshera’s budget was said to be 150 million rupees. As far as Brahmastra is concerned, this film was made on a budget of over Rs 400 million. According to the budget of the film, only on the first day, the film is successful in doing more than Rs 50 crore business in the Hindi belt, only then can it move towards success or super success.
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The actor has Sanju (34.75 million rupees) in terms of highest income on the first day. Sanju is followed by Besharam (Rs 21.56 crore), Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (Rs 19.45 crore), Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Rs 13.30 crore) and Tamasha (Rs 10.94 crore). Reaching low opening day and opening weekend box office will prove difficult for Dharma Productions and Ranbir Kapoor in terms of box office business.